A glamorous getaway to glitzy Doha and exotic Sri Lanka, where you can experience the towering skyscrapers of Qatar followed by the sandy beaches for some rest and relaxation.
Doha once little more than a fishing village, Qatar’s capital and largest city has emerged to become one of the most treasured cities throughout the Middle East. Luxury hotels, spas, world class restaurants, malls and architecturally unusual buildings sprout up constantly. A highlight of any trip here is a visit to the Souq Waqif, a labyrinthine area selling everything from spices and gold to rugs and falcons. There’s also the famous Museum of Islamic Arts, housing the largest collection of Islamic art anywhere on Earth.
Sri Lanka is perfect for those who like their beach-lazing with a side order of dazzling culture. Hanging like a teardrop off the Southeast coast of India, this compact country packs in an incredible array of sights - not least its footprint-free sands, backed by slender palms and washed by bath-warm sapphire seas. Sri Lanka is blessed with a 1,330km coastline comprised of white sandy beaches and rocky bays lined with coconut palms. The tranquil, sapphire-blue waters of the Indian Ocean have a perfect average temperature of 27 degrees. Diving and snorkelling are also popular as coral reefs encircle the island.
Please find our suggested length of stays below:
Doha - 3 nights
Sri Lanka - 7 nights
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0845 128 6524
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(Office opening hours are currently disrupted due to Welsh government regulations – However, all calls and enquiries will still be answered remotely when the office is closed.)
Mon 09:00 - 17:30
Tue 09:00 - 17:30
Wed 09:00 - 17:30
Thu 09:00 - 17:30
Fri 09:00 - 17:30
Sat 09:00 - 17:00
Sun 10:00 - 16:00
The shining jewel of Qatar, Doha is a multicultural city, home to most of the country's population as well as expatriate communities from a range of origins. Shopping abounds in the city's plentiful malls, while the Corniche impresses visitors with picturesque architecture and dazzling views of the harbour. Luxury hotels, spas, world class restaurants, malls and architecturally unusual buildings sprout up constantly. Sport, cultural offerings and leisure activities are the areas which are changing most rapidly, yet during this future-oriented change, there’s a strong push to retain a connection to the past. Qatar will host the FIFA World Cup, the first country in the Middle East to do so, in 2022. Alongside the cutting-edge modernity, there’s still a chance to shop in vibrant souqs and markets, explore fascinating heritage sites and attend top-class equestrian events.
Sri Lanka is blessed with a 1,330km coastline comprised of white sandy beaches and rocky bays lined with coconut palms. The tranquil, sapphire-blue waters of the Indian Ocean have a perfect average temperature of 27 degrees. Diving and snorkelling are popular as coral reefs encircle the island.
Sri Lanka contains an astonishing seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites within its compact shores. The most intriguing and popular World Heritage site is Sigiriya dubbed "the eighth wonder of the world". The rock face was covered with sensual frescoes of celestial maidens, described as the world’s largest picture galleries. A World Heritage Site of a different era is the Dutch Fort of Galle, considered the best-preserved fort in South Asia. With 14 massive bastons, a grid system of streets and some original Dutch bungalows, the fort bustles with life as it did when Galle was the main passenger port. It is one of the most unique attractions in Sri Lanka.